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Investigate Vancouver's paranormal activity during this ghost tour of the city's Gastown district. Follow your storytelling guide to some of the district's most haunted locations and learn about the area's founding father, Gassy Jack. Walk down alleyways and hidden passageways, past Vancouver landmarks and architectural highlights.
Guided tour of Gastown's haunted locations
Learn about the area's history and its founder, Gassy Jack, from your guide
Make your way to the Angel of Mercy Statue that stands outside Vancouver's Waterfront Station. Meet your guide and set off through Vancouver's Gastown district to learn about the area's paranormal activity.
Walk down hidden passegeways, narrow alleyways, and past architecturally fascinating buildings. Learn the truth about the area's famous Steam Clock and hear stories about the area's founder, Gassy Jack. Listen as your guide gives the inside scoop on the many haunted locations throughout Gastown including an antique store with mysterious voices, an alleyway with a spectral lady in black and even a mischievous ghost who haunts a restaurant bathroom. Paranormal events plague many of the area's workers and residents; you may be fortunate enough to witness some yourself.
End your tour back at your starting point with a better understanding of Vancouver's haunted history.
Reviews by Viator travelers
It was OK. The stories were...
, Aug 2017
It was OK. The stories were interesting and amusing. I enjoyed hearing the historical backgrounds of the buildings. I would have appreciated an up close and personal look into some of these places that the tour guide was talking about. Especially the whimsical narrow store with all of the antiques and second-hand Nik-naks. I understand, however that these were not available to us as they were either closed or open for business with customers in them at the time. It could use a bit more intrigue and scarier stories.
I took my daughter to the Old Spaghetti factory for dinner, and then we were off to the Gastown Ghost Walking Tour. I was so impressed with our Tour guide, she was exceptionally knowledgeable with the history of the city and made the tour come alive with her storytelling. My daughter and I can't wait to go on the Granville Tour. It is money well spent, and a memory to last forever..... Brenda...